This Dingdong Dantes is not an ordinary private individual. Dingdong is an appointed public official in the Philippines and he should act accordingly based on what he promised and sworn during his oath taking when he accepted his role for National Youth Commission therefore any lavish or extravagant parties or ceremonies are not permitted as public officials must take into consideration the current situation of public masses. I guess this is one of the legalities he forgot. Keep in mind that when someone becomes public official their priority is their constituents more than anybody else. Any person is allowed to file a legal case against him so to speak.
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I!￣ve started taking Atroiza in March,I always have this burning sensation in my feet every morning. Is this going to pass
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Hi, sorry for being so slow. I just noticed today, after months of shying the commas in my notes, that it actually converts the commas to semi-colons.
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Cosmic, I often thank the universe that I am not coming up in college now. At 62, I am still looking for work, and I still believe the same things you do about the toxicity of our society. It all seems pretty pointless when what we study doesn!￣t seem to relate to a job that will help better the world, I agree. Maybe I!￣m fooling myself when I say that I assumed my job all along was to experience the truth that the great religions all describe and then find a way to contribute to making that experience more common in our society. That made the work world my second job, as it were, and a lot of places want more commitment than that; I!￣ve met great people who were willing to employ me regardless, so it!￣s not hopeless.
Red mercury is it true or false?